White Flint Mall is a shopping mall along Rockville Pike in Montgomery County, Maryland, that opened in 1977 and was initially anchored by Bloomingdale's, Lord & Taylor, and I. Magnin. Borders Books and Music took over the I. Magnin location in 1992;
the other two original anchor stores remain. Recent upgrades to the mall have brought in H&M, Banana Republic, and Pottery Barn. White Flint is also known for its numerous restaurants, including P.F. Chang's China Bistro, The Cheesecake Factory, Dave & Buster's, and Bertucci's. The inside of the mall used to have distinct "neighborhoods" resembling city blocks and Italian thoroughfares, including the third level "Georgetown" office park, and the "Via Rialto" located underneath I. Magnin where restaurants now stand.
Since 1984, the mall has been served by the White Flint station on the Red Line of the Washington Metro.
Bloomingdale's - 4 floors
Lord & Taylor - 2 floors
Borders Books - 2 floors